Put down those dumbbells and kick up those feet — it's The Biggest Loser: Families finale! After weeks of hard work and tons of sweaty, calorie-burning workouts, it's time to see who takes home the grand prize. Let's get to it.
Michelle, Heba, Ed and Vicky, The Biggest Loser
Biggest Loser: Families
8 pm/ET NBC
The sixth season wraps up tonight as the final three compete for the $250,000 prize.
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The Biggest Loser: Families' penultimate episode was all about looking back. Besides the standard workouts and challenge, this week really focused on the trainers saying goodbye to their teams, and making sure they sent them off with the knowledge and confidence to continue in their progress at home.
Seal, Natasha Henstridge and Sam Jaeger, Eli Stone
10 pm/ET ABC
From the beginning, Dr. Chen has urged Eli to get in touch with his spiritual side, but can he help him get out of the lonely-hearts club, too?
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Tonight we got down to the final four. Wow this season has flown and there's been no shortage of drama on the installment pegged "those born to it versus those who were sworn to it." The beginning of the episode took a quick look back at how far our remaining contestants have come. Ed and Heba, who hope to have children, have come a long way. Heba came in as the heaviest woman and has lost 70 pounds. Her husband and teammate Ed has lost 82 pounds. Renee and Michelle, the mother and daughter duo who hadn't spoken in over 5 years, have also done well. Renee has lost 68 pounds while her daughter Michelle has lost 66. And then there's Vicky, our last solo player on the ranch. She's lost 68 pounds.
We're getting closer to the finale and Black's chance at taking the prize seems dimmer each week. After a tearful goodbye to Coleen, Michelle and Renee are upset and frustrated. They feel, and so do I, that Amy made a huge mistake in sending her home. As Michelle said, she handed Vicky to them on a silver platter and now it may be too late to get her out. Jillian is also pretty sure that this is going to backfire on Amy but regardless, it's currently 4 vs. 2 and the numbers are not in team Black's favor.
After last week's highly talked about episode (I've never seen so many comments!), I couldn't imagine this week to get any crazier. Well it did, only not in a talking smack about other players way (we're used to that by now), but in a 1980's themed way. That's right this week was all about shoulder pads, scrunchies and short shorts. So let's get to recapping.
What a week on the Biggest Loser: Families campus. We've never seen such drama and I've never despised a team more than I do the Blue team. After Philip's elimination, his fellow Black teammates were pretty bummed out. Talking about how much they loved him and what a great teammate he was didn't garner such a great reaction from Blue. Instead they pretty much laughed in their face. Vicky said it took them 7 weeks to get the "sleaze-bucket" out and that he was a horrible role model for America. Are they talking about the same Phil that I am? Bob nailed it when he called Vicky the biggest game player that has ever walked in that house.
The toughest part of this season's Biggest Loser has been duos getting separated and then eliminated. Last week Amy P. was voted off of Blue, leaving her husband Phil feeling isolated on the ranch. He felt that the decision was based on him and felt bad that his wife probably couldn't have done anything to control the situation. And Phil wasn't the only sad one. Bob was heartbroken as well. Unsure of what kind of game his team was playing, he questioned Vicky and Brady about Brady's low number at the previous weigh-in. Vicky stuck to her word and claimed that she didn't know what happened but her little smirk at the end of her interview made me think otherwise.
Michael Chicklis, THe Shield
10 pm/ET FX
Well, Vic is officially an ex-cop now. Let's see whether his badge-free status will help or hinder his hunt for the Vendrells.
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